Following Justice Hickinbottom's High Court ruling that Coventry City Councils decision to lend ACL 14.4m was not unlawful, we urge all sides in this unfortunate, bitter and unproductive dispute to put it and all past differences aside and to move forward together. Stop wasting time, energy and money on legal actions and to start working together to find a solution that ensures the Sky Blues kick off the new season at the Ricoh Arena.
There are no winners in this sorry saga only losers, especially the supporters of Coventry City FC.
For the sake of these long suffering fans bring our team home to Coventry now.
Joy Seppala has met with a number of Coventry City supporters, individually and in small hand picked groups, yet she still refuses to meet with the largest fans representative body - the Sky Blue Trust. From what we have learned, some of the supporters Ms Seppala has actually met with have been amongst the most outspoken critics of SISU, which makes her stance against the Trust, and its near 3,000 members, even more puzzling.
At a time when thousands of Coventry supporters and Trust members are worrying over the future of their beloved club, Ms Seppala steadfastly refuses to meet with the Trust and discuss her vision for the future our club. Ms Seppala, we publicily call on you to meet with the Sky Blue Trust to discuss our common interest, CCFC - Why Not?Write comment (1 Comment)
There appears to be a massive amount of uncertainty, smoke, mirrors and downright confusion surrounding the latest initiative to bring Coventry City home. Once again fans are left even more frustrated and in despair of ever seeing their team back in Coventry. We hear that an offer to pay the Ricoh rent has been made to SISU by a group fronted by KCIC, yet progress appears to have stalled because one side insists on e-mail communication whilst the other wants a phone call!
Surely if this proposal is being treated as serious by both sides, then for it to stall over such trivialities before any negotiations have even begun does not bode well for any deal being concluded. If SISU are serious about a rent deal at the Ricoh rather than one at Sixfields, but for whatever reasons appear wary of doing business with KCIC and their anonymous backers, then why not simply talk directly to ACL? - Why Not?Write comment (2 Comments)
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